The (unsuccessful) Arizona ballot measure which would have turned Arizona elections into a lottery awarding one lucky voter $1 million is included in the forthcoming Sunday New York Times Magazine's coverage of the year's most Notable ideas.
Intern for the ABC News Political Unit:
The ABC News Political Unit is now seeking full-time interns for the spring semester. There are a few requirements you should know about before applying for the internship.
—You must be either a graduate student or junior or senior in college.
—You must be able to work long days, starting early, Monday through Friday.
— If your school gives credit for internships, you must receive credit.
—The internship begins Jan. 8 and runs into May.
Not only will you get to write for The Note, but ABC News Political Unit interns also are afforded the opportunity to help manage ABC's Political Radar, cover political events around town, and conduct research used by ABC News broadcasts.
If you write well, don't mind getting up early, and have some familiarity with web publishing, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, with the subject line: "INTERN" in all caps.